Downtown Renewal – All Projects
Siler School Square
This project consisted of both new construction and adaptive re-use. The project included two new construction buildings and the adaptive re-use of the Siler School into a 44 unit affordable housing complex, including a playground, outdoor pavilion, and leasing office.
May Hosiery Lofts
May Hosiery Mill, an important example of an early twentieth-century hosiery knitting mill, is located in Burlington, NC and dates back to 1928.
The View at Hotel Concord
Located in downtown Concord, NC sits the regal Hotel Concord. Originally built in the 1920’s, this property has been renovated into luxury apartments overlooking downtown.
Gish Flats (Court Street Lofts)
This project consisted of the new construction of a five story apartment building comprised of 44 market rate units and a roof top deck.
5th & Contanche Revitilization
Referred to as The Super Block, several properties on the Northeastern corner of the intersection of E. 5th St. and Cotanche St. in Uptown Greenville, NC were transformed into an attractive space for retail and office space.
Jefferson Brookville Apartments
This project consisted of the rehabilitation of the former Mesic Hardware store, the old George Washington School, along with two new buildings in downtown Newport News, VA.
Located in the Danville, VA Tobacco Warehouse District, the Continental Lofts project included the adaptive re-use of a historic tobacco warehouse into 40 market rate apartments, one commercial space and a 1st floor parking garage.
This project consisted of the historic rehab of Concord’s first downtown luxury loft apartment building.
Pemberton Lofts – Phase II
Located in the Danville, VA Tobacco Warehouse District, the Pemberton Lofts – Phase II project included the adaptive re-use of a historic tobacco building into 50 market rate apartments.
Nash Street Lofts
Originally built in 1854 for the Hackney Wagon Company, Nash Street Lofts offers residents a unique living experience in the heart of downtown Wilson, N.C.
Wilson Furniture Co. Lofts
The Wilson Furniture Company Lofts’ building had been vacant for decades and deteriorating before redevelopment efforts started.
Pemberton Lofts – Phase I
Located in the Danville, VA Tobacco Warehouse District, the Pemberton Lofts – Phase I project included the adaptive re-use of a historic tobacco prizery into 62 market rate apartments, two commercial spaces, a gym and a community room.
A historic and deteriorating building of teacher housing in downtown Gastonia has been converted into 18 apartments. Historic credits and NSP funding helped to make this project possible.
Ferrell Historic Lofts
This historic building was a centerpiece for Main St. and has been vacant for over 20 years. The building was converted into 13 luxury apartments with a mix of 1 and 2 bedroom flats and 5 townhouses.
Asheboro Mill Lofts
2 large historic buildings in Downtown Asheboro, NC; utilizing historic and LITHC credits.
Henderson Hope 6, Mainstreet
4 downtown historic buildings are having their upstairs converted into 12 market rate units and getting new exterior historic restorations.
A downtown building(formally McLellan’s) is converted into 7 market rate apartments, 2 commercial spaces , and a public walkway connecting main street with a public parking lot at the rear of the building.
Moore Grocery Lofts
This project consists of 88 units of housing in four buildings.
36 units of housing in 3 historic downtown buildings
City Market Lofts
This project consisted of two large tobacco prizerys, dating back to1900, and a grocery building, dating back to the 1920’s, that were rehabbed and converted into 67 luxury market rate apartments and commercial space.
This project consisted of the conversion of four historic buildings and one old house in the central downtown business district into 28 units of housing.
This project consisted of an old ten story run down hotel that was converted into 38 elderly affordable apartments along with commercial and community space.
This project involved the conversion of five 1890’s, deteriorated, downtown Main Street buildings into 24 apartments and 6,000 SF of commercial space.
Downtown Senior Center and Housing
This project involved raising the roof of an existing downtown historical building, allowing for the addition of a third floor.
This project involved the rehabilitation of a city block in the heart of downtown Mullins.
This project consisted of the rehabilitation of one and a half city blocks in the heart of downtown Bennettsville.
Building on successful rehabilitation projects elsewhere in the downtown, this project involved the rehabilitation of a building and the creation of residential and commercial space.
The Falls Apartments
The Great Falls Apartments received the 2002 CAHEC (Community Affordable Housing Equity Corp.) Award for Best “Mixed-Use” Project.
The McAliley Apartments
This project involved the rehabilitation of an old hotel, which now has 22 apartments and commercial space. The budget was more than $1.2 million.
Situated in the heart of historic York, S.C., the Rose Hotel wasn’t long for the wrecking ball when Rehab Builders, Inc. began extensive renovation.
This project involved the rehabilitation of an old hotel and department store in the very heart of downtown.
This project involved the rehabilitation of three downtown buildings to create nine apartments and commercial space.